sakty-ulmukaih prasa-parasvadhair api
nistrimsa-bhallaih parighaih samudgaraih
sabhindipalais ca siramsi cicchiduh
bhusundibhih—with weapons called bhusundi; cakra—with discs; gada—with clubs; rsti—with the weapons called rsti; pattisaih—with the weapons called pattisa; sakti—with the sakti weapons; ulmukaih—with the weapons called ulmukas; prasa—with the prasa weapons; parasvadhaih—with the weapons called parasvadha; api—also; nistrimsa—with nistrimsas; bhallaih—with lances; parighaih—with the weapons named parighas; sa-mudgaraih—with the weapons known as mudgara; sa-bhindipalaih—with the bhindipala weapons; ca—also; siramsi—heads; cicchiduh—cut off.
They severed one anotherĺs heads, using weapons like bhusundis, cakras, clubs, rstis, pattisas, saktis, ulmukas, prasas, parasvadhas, nistrimsas, lances, parighas, mudgaras and bhindipalas.
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